MDR Security

“Single Pane of Glass to analyze, investigate and responds to security alerts detected across the different security solutions”

Managed Detection and Response-as-a-Service (MDR-as-aService) offers a comprehensive security solution that utilizes industry-leading Enterprise-Grade ActiveEDR technology. This technology combines AI-powered prevention, detection, response, and threat-hunting capabilities to protect user endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices. With MDR, you can access turnkey security cost-effectively, as it is more affordable than hiring a single security analyst.

Why Us

  • A SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27K1
    Certified SOC
  • Industry Beating Priced
  • Premium Quality Service
    1000+ customers across 20+
  • Global SOC Locations
  • Fully-Managed Turnkey/Co-Managed Options
  • 15-Min Gold SLA
  • GDPR and Local Privacy Laws

Challengesof Managingedr In-House

Managing Enterprise-Grade Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) in-house can present several challenges, including:

  • Lack of expertise: EDR requires specialized knowledge and skills to set up, configure, and maintain. Without an in-house team of experts, it cannot be easy to leverage an EDR solutions capabilities fully.
  • Limited resources: Managing EDR in-house can be resource -intensive, requiring significant time and effort to keep systems updated and configured properly.
  • Keeping up with the threat landscape: EDR requires monitoring and analyzing large amounts of data from various sources, including endpoints, network traffic, and other security tools. Keeping up with the ever-changing threat landscape can be a daunting task.
  • Scalability: EDR solutions can be complex and difficult to scale, which can be a challenge for growing organizations or having many endpoints to protect.
  • Integration and Automation: EDR should ideally integrate with other security tools and systems, such as SIEM, IDS, and firewalls, to provide a more comprehensive security posture. Automation is also important for handling large data sets
    and reducing human effort.
  • Cost: Implementing, configuring, and maintaining EDR solutions in-house can be costly due to the need for hardware, software, and personnel.

How Does Mdr-as-a-service Work?

Extended Detection & Response – Benefits

  • Enterprise-Grade ActiveEDR
  • Next-Gen AV & Behavioral AI
  • Ransomware
  • Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)
  • Proactive Threat Hunting
  • Hunting via MITRE ATT&CK® Technique
  • Lateral Movement Attacks
  • Zero-day Attacks
  • Customizable Network Isolation
  • Script Misuse & Hacking-Tools
  • Macros & Memory Exploits
  • Trojans & Rootkits
  • Triage via various IOC Repositories
  • Deep Visibility Storyline Pivot
  • Digital Forensics Investigations (DFI)
  • Network Control Policies
  • Device Firewall Policies
  • USB/Bluetooth Device Control

Supported Mdr Vendors

Knowing TTR Technology is taking care of your business while you sleep at night? Priceless.